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PeeWees, 15U, 10U hockey teams collect wins

FAIRMONT — The Fairmont 15U girls hockey lineup improved to 23-5-1 by posting a 5-0 win over Bloomington on Sunday at Martin County Arena.

Fairmont goalie Alexis Sundeen pitched a shutout by turning away 20 shots on net.

Lexi Haycraft produced two goals during the opening period to help stake Fairmont to a 3-0 advantage.

Lexi Haycraft tallied an unassisted goal before teammate Kennedy Murphy smacked home a solo lamp-lighter.

Lexi Haycraft capped the opening segment with a score off an assist from Lauren Bettin.

Halyn Haycraft cashed in a double-assist from Joslyn Meyer and Avery Kurt for a power-play goal at the 9:54 mark of the second.

Meyer then traded roles with Halyn Haycraft and buried her shot into the twine for a goal.

Fairmont 15U travels to Victoria on Saturday for an 11 a.m. game against Chaska/Chanhassen before hitting the road to Minnetonka that same day for a 5 p.m. face-off.

Fairmont, which netted the District 4 tournament’s No. 1 seed, competes in the ‘B’ South Regional event March 1-3 in Woodbury.

The Fairmont 10U girls hockey team squeezed out a 2-1 victory over Sioux Falls, S.D., on Saturday in Fairmont.

Ellie Steuer and Kenzley Tietje each produced a goal for Fairmont.

Mia Wiederhoeft and Trinity Thate combined for four saves for Fairmont 10U which competes in the district tournament Feb. 23-25 in Worthington.

The Fairmont PeeWee ‘B’ hockey team capped the regular season with a weekend split at Martin County Arena.

Fairmont outshot Worthington by a 7-4 decision on Saturday before Marshall reversed Fairmont’s fortunes with a 5-1 triumph on Sunday.

Ryder Thate and Kane Wohlhuter each generated two goals and two assists to top Fairmont.

Van Kollofski contributed one goal and one assist to the winning effort, Eli Meixell and Colton Schroeder tallied one goal apiece, while Kaleb Kennedy doled out one helper.

Blakeley Scholl notched 18 saves between the pipes to earn the win.

Thate cashed in an assist from Emmet Olson to account for Fairmont’s only goal in its loss to Marshall on Sunday.

Kollofski notched 26 saves, while Johnnie Frerichs tallied five stops in relief.

The Fairmont PeeWees open district tournament at 5:30 p.m. Friday against an opponent to be determined in Redwood Falls.

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